Hemophilia Federation of America is a national nonprofit organization that assists, educates, and advocates for the bleeding disorders community.
HFA’s Research Team gave and received early an holiday gift this year: knowledge. We attended the 59th annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) in Atlanta, Georgia, December 9-12. The unofficial song of the meeting was “Let it Snow” as that (along with the once standing Georgia Dome) is what was on the […]
Dear Addy, What is the HFA Community Research Portal and why is it important to me? Sincerely, Research Meets Advocacy Dear Research, The HFA Community Research Portal is an exciting new research project that will provide individuals with bleeding disorders the chance to directly engage in meaningful research projects. The HFA Community Research Portal is […]
HFA to Present CHOICE Project Data at World Federation of Hemophilia World Congress The CHOICE Project was a first-of-its-kind data collection from people with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 21, 2016 Contact: Sonji Wilkes (202)-675-6984 or email at email@example.com Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) announced today that it will present new […]
In our family, we are open to participating in research, thinking, “if it can help our kids or help a future family or patient then we are all for it.” So when the opportunity arose to be enrolled in a trail to test long lasting factor, we jumped on it. We did our homework and […]
By instilling confidence in U.S. products and technologies, we stimulate economic growth and open markets overseas. By MARGARET A. HAMBURG Courtesy of the Wall Street Journal There are encouraging signs that the pharmaceutical industry’s pipeline of new products is not as stalled as some say. Already in 2011, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved […]
New England Journal of Medicine Auditing Access to Specialty Care for Children with Public Insurance June 15, 2011 Joanna Bisgaier, M.S.W., and Karin V. Rhodes, M.D. Evidence suggests that the 37 million children covered by Medicaid-CHIP are less likely to receive specialty care than children covered by commercial insurance. Children covered by Medicaid-CHIP may face greater […]
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) is undertaking a study that will make recommendations on the criteria and methods for determining and updating the essential health benefits package in health care reform. As you may recall, HFA submitted comments to the initial survey conducted in December. The outcome of this study will be a published report […]
Health care reform will have a profound impact on persons with bleeding disorders as health insurance companies take steps to comply with various insurance market reform provisions. However, changes stemming from the health care reform law are only one piece of the health care coverage puzzle. In light of these challenges, the Hemophilia Federation of […]
On Thursday September 9, the Center on Health Care Effectiveness held its inaugural Issue Form: “Politics and Policy of Comparative Effectiveness: Looking Back, Looking Ahead” The forum examined: the creation of the new center at Mathematica, what is Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) and how health care reform will influence the future of comparative effectiveness in […]
On Wednesday September 8, the Kaiser Family Foundation held a forum examining the health care issues facing people with disabilities and the opportunities and challenges presented by the new health care reform law enacted earlier this year. The discussion explored the changes in health reform that could affect access to affordable health care for people […]
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